"Our Goal is to serve Shri Shri Krishna Balaram Ji with the milk of life time protected cows in Vrindavan Dham"
In 1976, Srila Prabhupada began the Bhaktivedanta Swami Goshala at the Krishna Blalaram Mandir in Vrindavan. Ramana Reti, the land of soft pleasing sands, is famous as the place where Krishna and Balarama wandered along the banks of the Yamuna river with Their Cows.
In this Goshala, we are trying to serve the noble cause of cow protection in a humble way; Cows, Bulls and Calves are looked after with great care and love. These animals are never sold to slaughter houses or abandoned even when they become old. They are maintained till the end of their lives very happily. The Goshala has provided pure Cows milk to Their Lordships and the devotees since 1976. Beginning with only 10 milking Cows, the herd has grown to more than 300 Cows, Bulls and calves. The Goshala provides loving shelter to all of the animals, and cares for them throughout their lives.
By which they have improved digestion
Their tongues get healed
They do not eat mud.
The loss of salt through urination is balanced by this process
These laddus are made from jaggery and chokar which is the favorate of cows.
There likeness of it can be seen by their eagerness to eat them when donors bring laddu to them.
Donors get some laddus when they make donation so that they can do some practical hands-on service to cows.
Donors also do go puja for adopting cows for year or for life.
So that they get fresh water for drinking.
Water get replenished as the cows drink it so we do not need to maintain large open reservoirs of water for drinking which tend to get difficult to maintain in terms of cleanleness.
These tubs get cleaned on a daily basis.
This standard is given to us as a vetenarian standards. This helps to keep the health of cows in good state.
The roaming area with natural with soft mud and shady trees.
This is to ensure that they get a very clean environment since cows love cleanliness.
Cows and bulls are maintained for their full life period and not sold or given away for any purpose.
More plantation of trees is on the way to provide natural shelter from rain and sun.
Cows are not chained for most part of the day.
This is so that they feel free in movement and leisure hours.
We are focusing on improving Indian breed cows and bulls in our goshala.
We wish to cultivate sahiwal and tharparkar breed.
In house medication facility to give daily treatment with a daily doctor visit and medical inspection of cows.
Ten months green fodder is fed to cows which is very pleasing and nutritious.
Cows are fed as much as they want and no rationing is there.
Calves are allowed to drink their mother’s milk completely for one month after their birth so that they can grow up to become very healthy.
Milk is not sent for sale. It is used exclusively for Temple deities and the leftover is given to servitors and devotees
Go mata products are made into distile cow urine and other medicine.
Cow dung is sent to our “Bhaktivedanta eco farm” for cultivation of organic farming for deities and devotees and grow fodder for cows.
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Bring sick cow or lame cow you find on the road to our goshala for treatment..